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Top to down, left to right (Surprise talk) - James Powell - YouTube
'global' and 'nonlocal' explained (Python statements which do not produce any executable bytecode)
python  internals  compilation  bytecode  scope  explained  conferencetalk  video 
7 days ago by kme
GitHub - cretz/asmble: Compile WebAssembly to JVM and other WASM tools
Compile WebAssembly to JVM and other WASM tools. Contribute to cretz/asmble development by creating an account on GitHub.
webassembly  jvm  bytecode  translator  compiler  opensource  floss 
november 2019 by gilberto5757
GitHub - renatoathaydes/wasm-on-jvm: A Gradle Plugin to compile WASM to JVM easily
A Gradle Plugin to compile WASM to JVM easily. Contribute to renatoathaydes/wasm-on-jvm development by creating an account on GitHub.
webassembly  jvm  bytecode  translator  compiler  opensource  floss 
november 2019 by gilberto5757
Bytecode Alliance
Trying to formalize WASM use outside of the browser. Sorta the next thing after javascript invading desktops (not counting that pig Electron) and sorta-container-ish
WASM  desktop  opensource  webassembly  bytecode  alliance 
november 2019 by asteroza
Bytecode compilers and interpreters
Two fun things happened recently and the proximity of the two made something go click in my head and now I think I understand how bytecode interpreters work.

I went to a class at work called “Interpreters 101” or something of the sort. In it, the presenter walked through creating a dead-simple tree-walking Lisp interpreter. Then he ended by suggesting we go out and re-implement it as a bytecode interpreter or even a JIT.
I joined a new team at work that is working on something Python related. Because of my new job responsibilities, I have had to become rather closely acquainted with CPython 3.6 bytecode.
Since learning by writing seems to be something I do frequently, here is a blog post about writing a small bytecode compiler and interpreter in small pieces. We’ll go through it in the same manner as my lisp interpreter: start with the simplest pices and build up the rest of the stack as we need other components.
bytecode  compiler  interpreter  C  fundamentals  fundamental 
august 2019 by northwestyam

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